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Fifteen years on the market, 400 tons of coffee sold, 1440 repaired coffee machines. How did it all start?

At the beginning of the New Year, we tend to look back to the previous year and evaluate it. What we have done, what we should improve, how we should educate ourselves, remember pleasant experiences. When we looked back this year, we found that we were old. Thank God. Being on the market for 15 years, selling 400 tons of coffee, repairing 1,440 coffee machines and carrying out 4,500 service interventions is, despite all modesty, a respectable performance. In the beginning, however, there was nothing to suggest that. Why?

The story of one coffee

We have prepared for you a unique insight into the coffee making process, which starts from the berry to your cup. Together we will go all the way that the berries of this plant must take before they reach final destination – cafes, homes, or our offices. Sit back and take a look at this unique story of one cup of coffee. Getting started.

Lever or automatic coffee maker? Here are 4 questions to help you find answer

There is no universal answer – we are different, we have different needs, requirements, demands, and financial possibilities. Which possibility is best for you? You can guess, but the risk is high. We can guide you correctly by formulating well-asked questions to help you find best answer for you. If you are deciding whether to choose a lever or automatic coffee machine, ask these 4 basic questions.

Mahlkönig W1BN Grinder: Old-fashioned combination of design and precision

Mahlkönig is the number one grinder on the market. And indeed, when you say this glamorous word, anyone who even a little bit penetrated into the secrets of perfect espresso knows about this brand. The King. This makes us even more pleased that this brand is in our collection of historical coffee machines: Mahlkönig W1BN.

Gaggia – America: Italian coffee machine that helped develop coffee culture in USA

Another gem we have found sunken in dust, rusted and sentenced to life in a forgotten box is the historical coffee machine Gaggia – America. If we compare it with the previous two machines – Victoria Arduino Venus Bar and Faema Lambro – this piece was in the best condition. Although this statement can be distorting, because we still had more than 150 hours of work. Why did we get into it? Because it is an incredibly beautiful piece that combines Italian elegance and refinement with American ferocity and energy.

Faema – Lambro: A historical gas coffee machine that was able to make an espresso in the field

Seek and find. Italian “e-bay” is a diamond mine, which if you are lucky can offer you truly treasure. When we were looking for historical coffee machines from the best brands we found beautiful piece: Faema – Lambro. Although this machine was more suitable for rest in peace, we did not give up and tried to refurbish it. How did it turn out and what makes this Italian brand of coffee makers unique?

Refurbishment of Venus Bar by Victoria Arduino: From the scrap to 4 star hotel

“How did machine look like when it was found?” The question arose and his eyes turned to the refined historic Victoria Arduino – Venus Bar. Michael, the chief engineer of Eurosam, does not hesitate for a second and says, “Only one word – scrap.” What makes this historical coffee machine unique and what awaited us during the refurbishment?

We are looking for historical coffee machines in Italian garages. Why did we decide to refurbish them?

History is great to learn, to try to predict the future, to avoid mistakes. The fact that we sometimes ignore it is another topic. But what are historical coffee machines good for when they have been stuck with dust, junk and faded memories in the garage, attic or cellar for years? For the owner are obviously useless, but in Eurosam, we see beautiful craftsmanship, retro design, not quite modern, but still precise technology, the sign of the times, an atmosphere of the first traditional cafes. And especially potential.